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How to make a Reliv Berry Sunrise Shake

Looking to change up your Reliv shake? How to make a Reliv berry sunrise shake. This simple recipe may be just what you need to brighten your morning!

Recipe:
Berry Sunrise submitted by Carolyn Preber of South Dakota

Ingredients:
4oz Water
2oz Orange Juice
2oz Cranberry Juice
1 scoop Reliv Classic
1/2 scoop Cool Punch Innergize
3-4 Ice cubes or frozen strawberries, raspberries, etc

Directions:
Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth!
Feel free to add FibRestore or Arthaffect with out changing the flavor of the shake.

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Yours in Yummy Recipes!

Chef Katrina
Independent Reliv Distributor
http://Katrina.Reliv.com
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June 30, 2011 Posted by | Alternative Health, Fitness, Health, Health and Wellness, Men's Health, Nutrition, Reliv, Women's Health | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

How to Make a Reliv Peach Smoothie

How to make a reliv peach smoothie.

I always get asked… how to you take Reliv? Well, there have been a lot of awesome recipes submitted to http://www.reliv.com over the years and I always thought it would be a good idea to make short videos of how to make these recipes.

Recipe:
Reliv Peach Smoothie by Helen Bates of Illinois

Ingredients:
1/2 cup Orange Juice
6oz carton of low-fat peach yogurt or 3/4 cup.
Fresh Peach (cut up with skin removed) or 5-6 frozen peach slices
3-4 Ice Cubes
1 scoop Reliv Classic
1 scoop Lemon Innergize

Directions:
Blend O.J., yogurt, peach, and ice cubes together on high until smooth. Add Reliv Classic and Lemon Innergize and blend again. Enjoy!!!

If you have any questions please feel free to ask them below. If you like this recipe go ahead and “like” this video!

Yours in Healthy Choices,

Katrina van Oudheusden
Independent Reliv Distributor
http://katrina.reliv.com

June 29, 2011 Posted by | Alternative Health, Diets, Food Allergies, Health, Health and Wellness, Men's Health, Nutrition, Reliv, Vitamin, Wellness, Women's Health | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Snacking is Good For You

Good News: Snacking is Good for You!

Here’s a breath of fresh air: It’s OK to snack, whether you’re trying to lose weight, maintain weight or just get through the day! In fact, snacking between meals can keep your metabolism humming and your energy and mood steady. Of course, it’s not a total free pass. It’s important to make healthy snack choices that satisfy yet don’t break the calorie bank for the day.

Plan it. To prevent overeating at meals, fit a morning and afternoon snack into your schedule. Planning your snack means you’ll have a healthy option ready when your stomach rumbles so you don’t pounce on the nearest vending machine or easy-to-grab chip bag. When you’re on the go, keep a healthy snack with you.

Know your taste buds. If you always crave sweets in the afternoon, plan to have fresh berries, a crisp apple or a juicy tangerine handy. You could even top it off with a small piece of dark chocolate and still be in the safety zone. Or if crunch is what you crave, keep a handful of nuts on call.

Span the food groups. Nuts and seeds are good sources of protein that keep hunger at bay and offer other important nutrients. Whole grains are high in filling fiber and give you an energy boost from carbohydrates. And fruits and vegetables offer vital nutrients along with fiber. Low-fat dairy is another good choice to boost your daily calcium intake.

Practice portions.
Be careful not to make a snack a meal-size extravaganza. Until you know your portions, measure your snacks and know their calorie content.

Keep it interesting. Try something new for the ultimate snacking satisfaction. Sample star fruit. Chop up jicama sticks for a crunchy alternative to carrots. Mix up your choice of nuts: Almonds one day, soy nuts the next — or a little of both.

Reliv just made it even easier to snack healthy with Relivables™ Healthy Snack Bars and Soy Nuts. For salty cravings, reach for Relivables Soy Nuts, which are an excellent source of fiber and non-GMO protein, yet are low in sodium and are cholesterol-free with no trans fats.

To satisfy your sweet tooth, indulge in a chocolate-coated granola snack bar or a low-fat cranberry granola snack bar — each packed with fiber, healthy soy protein, whole grains and Pycnogenol®, a powerful anti-inflammatory. Plus these bars contain no trans fats, no high fructose corn syrup, and no cholesterol! Stash these bars in your car, desk or purse for guilt-free goodness at your fingertips.

Cheers!
Katrina van Oudheusden
Independent Reliv Distributor

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February 12, 2010 Posted by | Health, Health and Wellness, Nutrition, weight loss, Wellness | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

   

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